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West Ham vs Brentford: Premier League – LIVE!


The Hammers are flying high as they prepare to host London rivals Brentford in the Premier League this afternoon.

David Moyes’ side currently sit seventh after bouncing back from Mark Noble’s painful penalty miss against Manchester United to strike late at Leeds last weekend.

West Ham also won at Old Trafford in the Carabao Cup and continued their excellent start to life in the Europa League with a 2-0 victory over Rapid Vienna on Thursday night.

Only Tottenham and Manchester City can better their home record so far this term, but Brentford have shown they are certainly no pushovers since their long-awaited promotion from the Championship.

The Bees have been more than competitive in their first season in the top-flight since 1947, following up an away win at Wolves with a wild 3-3 draw against Liverpool last time out. Thomas Frank’s men also hit lowly Oldham for seven in the cup.

Follow West Ham vs Brentford with Standard Sport’s LIVE blog below and expert analysis from Jack Rosser at the London Stadium.

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How to watch West Ham vs Brentford

Today’s match is not available to watch live on TV in the UK.

However, you can catch highlights on Match of the Day 2, which is being broadcast tonight on BBC One at 10:30pm.

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Welcome to West Ham vs Brentford LIVE coverage

Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of today’s Premier League London derby between West Ham and Brentford.

Today’s capital clash pits two confident sides against one another, with the in-form Hammers riding high after three consecutive wins across all competitions over Manchester United, Leeds and Rapid Vienna.

However, David Moyes’ side are unlikely to find it easy against Brentford, who sit nicely in mid-table after a promising start to their maiden Premier League campaign, matching fire with fire during their wildly entertaining 3-3 draw with Liverpool last weekend.

Stay tuned for match build-up, latest team news, live updates and expert analysis from Jack Rosser at the London Stadium, with kick-off at 2pm BST.


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